The stock market day: Asian markets get a tailwind from the USA

The stock market day: Asian markets get a tailwind from the USA

The stock market day

Asian markets are getting a tailwind from the USA

Nikkei 29.066,18

At the end of the week, investors in Asia invested heavily again after the price gains in technology stocks on Wall Street and the bipartisan infrastructure agreement of US President Joe Biden. The stock exchanges there were able to recover somewhat after falling earlier in the week in anticipation of a tightening of policy by the US Federal Reserve.

In Such lay the Nikkei 0.8 percent higher at 29,093 points. The broader one Topix rose by 0.7 percent and stood at 1960 counts. The stock exchange in Shanghai was up 0.5 percent. The Index of the major companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen gained 0.9 percent.

In Asian foreign exchange trading, the US-Dollar almost unchanged at 110.86 Yen and gave 0.1 percent on 6.4652 Yuan to. In relation to the Swiss currency, it was barely changed at 0.9176 Franken. At the same time, the Euro by 0.1 percent to 1.1937 dollars and was quoted hardly changed at 1.0955 francs. The Pound Sterling gained 0.1 percent to $ 1.3931.

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